Psychological factors and visual fatigue in working with video display terminals

Mocci, F.; Serra, A.; Corrias, G.A
April 2001
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Apr2001, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p267
Academic Journal
Examines the part played by psychological factors in the visual fatigue complaints of banking officers working with video display terminals. Predictors of asthenopia; Influence of social environment on asthenopia; Moderating effect of social support on job stressors.


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